Honeymoon Inn Manali
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... journey... So many good memories. I was sad to leave them like all my friends who I met traveling, but who knows, maybe one day again!
It was about 11pm at night, and now I was ready to start the next leg of my journey, up to the Himalayas, up into the clouds, up into a world away that you wouldn't even know that itw as still India except for the flag, up to the most amazing homestay family I've met, up to the place where anyone can find peace, up to Leh.
... laundry and plan the final legs of our trip. Today we met up with the boys from Pune again and took to the streets to do a little shopping. It was great to relax with no agenda and new friends after a busy, but amazing week. Tomorrow Leah, Caroline and I are booked on the bus to Leh. Caroline will be joining us for the next couple of weeks as we continue the trek through the mountains. Please keep the comments coming, we love to see that people are actually reading. Xox ...
... place that we've ever been to that we've actually felt a connection to the community. We were genuinely sad to leave and already have it in our plans to head back next year but for a little bit longer next time. For more information on Tibet World, please visit www.tibetworld.org and LIKE their Facebook page www.facebook.com/tibetworld . They really are in need of volunteers for their English conversational and reading classes (no qualification required). Until next time Ann & ...
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That's right about when I got a flat tire.
Over the last three days and nights we: 1. Survived an annoying 15 hour bus trip from Delhi to Manali, a Himalayan trekking base in the Himachal Pradesh state, which included a miserable dinner stop at 10pm at a roadside bar, where we got charged mid-level Delhi restaurant prices for a bowl of bones in gravy (chicken curry) and stale rice. A royal ripoff and I'm sure the drive had a cut. 2. Found the town delightfully cool. beautifully situated ...